A village with neither water nor heat: Leyti, Azerbaijan
Residents have lived without water and gas for over 30 years
Laza, the land of waterfalls
A photo essay from the village
At the bazaar
A photo essay featuring images from bazaars around Azerbaijan
'Velvet Revolution' continues in Armenia
On 18 April, protests continued in Yerevan against the election of former President Serzh Sargsyan as prime minister
One Caucasus: a photo essay
Azeris, Armenians, Georgians, and many others join together for a one-of-a-kind festival
A craftsman from Masalli
Seyfaddin Azizov: ‘I’ve been making chests for 15 years.'
The tomato harvest begins
Laborers in Masalli will be gathering tomatoes everyday from now until September.
30 Years a Beekeeper
In the beginning, he had 10 - 15 boxes of bees. Now, after more than 30 years, he has close to 40 boxes of bees, and every year produces about 100 - 150 kilograms of honey.
Baku Celebrates Qadr Gecesi, Night of Power
Qadr Gecesi translates roughly to “The Night of Power”, “The Night of Decree” or the “Night of Value”.
Karabakh Refugees Living in Dilapidated, Unsafe Buildings
A former eye clinic, a building at the crossroads of Mahammad Haji and Sadiqjan streets is now home to more than 100 refugee families from Aghdam, Fuzuli, Lachin, Kalbajar and Gubadli.